The Buddha taught that we suffer when we cling to or resist experience; when we want life different than it is. As the saying goes: “Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.” When painful sensations arise, if we meet them with clarity and presence, we can see that pain is just pain. When we are mindful of pain rather than reactive, we do not contract into the experience of a victimized, suffering self. – Radical Acceptance
Do You want to change, do You want to change the trajectory of your life?
Attachment is suffering, and we are good at that. Changing the story is peace, liberation, and freedom.
I have energy and clarity for everything that I want to align within me.
I slow down and allow beautiful connections to unfold
I have everything I need at this moment
My body is working and helping me to create my vision of my future
I am mentally rewiring my mind, I am releasing the old storylines that no longer serve me, but keep me a prisoner to what is no longer happening, or maybe never happened.
I am honoring and nurturing myself so that I can be all these big, bold things that I want for myself in my life. Without nutrition, my mind becomes malnourished and will settle for anything.
The communication I have with myself is of the most importance, for it allows me to notice where I am judging myself, others, and situations.
As my thoughts are getting refind, remolded, I can see where I am getting pulled into the story. So I can then witness what no longer serves my highest good. More importantly, what is no longer working for me in my life.
As I deep dive into my emotive processes, those thoughts that I quickly respond to, I can see them for what they are, and not, and, for what it is. I can see them as I am in my narrative.
I am remembering that I am sacred, and not skipping that step that leads me to step into my small self and sabotage everything I believe I am…Love
Questions to ponder.
Judgment is a form of releasing and healing, where am I willing to let go of an old wound, old dead storylines, the guilt, the shame, and the fears, that keeps seeping into my day-to-day existence?
Where in my storyline can I show my resistance (guilt, shame, and fear) to the door?
Where can I release the heaviness, the harshness, and the lack I feel?
Where can I welcome new vista’s and leave the limiting capacities I put on myself?
Where can I say ‘YES’ in my life without having every single thing figured out?
And finally, who would I be without my old storylines???
“You are the source of your own life story. You have the leading role and get to determine how you interact with your supporting cast (the mind) and other characters (the effects).
Without realizing it, you may have allowed the events in your ‘outdated’ stories to write your present story for you rather than taking deliberate action to release what is NOT true any longer or never was. ” Dolby Dharma